Troubled Girls Won’t Reveal Their Reasons – Denver Post

Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for 40 years.

We have two daughters in their thirties.

Fortunately I was a housewife mom, and my husband was a busy doctor. Although we were busy, we never missed any sporting or school event our girls participated in.

We traveled, we gave them every chance in life, and they had a wonderful childhood.

Or so we thought.

The youngest told me last night that she had some “childhood trauma” (she couldn’t give me an example) for which she would be undergoing treatment.

She also told me that her older sister told her that her childhood was horrible.

My senior in the past was very disrespectful and rejected both my husband and I. She never gave a reason for her position.

She is the mother of our only grandchildren who we adore.

Could it be me and her father wrong?

I am so devastated. ideas?

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